2010 World Cup, Germany Vs. Serbia: Vladimir Stojkovic Saves Penalty Kick, Keeps Serbia Ahead 1-0

An apparently deliberate Nemanja Vidic handball earned the Serbian defender a yellow card and Germany a penalty kick, but Lukas Podolski’s attempt was saved by goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic, who kept Serbia ahead 1-0.

The kick was awarded when Vidic stuck his right arm out to play a cross delivered from Germany’s right flank. The resulting penalty kick was taken by Podolski, whose attempt to the lower right hand corner of goal was stopped by Stojkovic.

The save keeps Serbia up 1-0 on Germany, who are playing with ten men after Miroslav Klose’s first half dismissal.

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